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of google. we'll begin with brin. has there ever been a brand name like google? in less than five years, it went from an idea to a global verb, as in, "i googled this," or, "i google that," or, "i google you." back in 2006, shortly after the company went public, google opened its doors for the first time and let us google them. >> we have north america. >> oh, look at that. google cofounder sergey brin is showing us an electronic globe that displays the mountains of google searches happening around the world at any given moment. >> so every little dot represents a certain number of searches, but you can see that there are thousands of searches going on every second. >> looking at the googleplex, company headquarters in silicon valley, it's hard to imagine that just a few years ago the company basically consisted of the russian-born brin and cofounder larry page working in a converted garage. >> our boardroom table was also our ping-pong table, so it had the net and everything. >> inside the googleplex feels more like a college dorm than a corporate office: bikes in the hallways, dogs un
unemployment, crumb ling economies, bank runs, riots, and europe is worried about google? why europe's privacy concerns could worry you. liz: welcome back. here's how you know google is wrong. even the land of endless riots want to end the privacy problems. we've got france, germany, italy among the e.u. countries pressuring google now to change its privacy policy. tech expert says it is very telling when countries who can want fix problems tell google to fix its privacy mess joined by privacy advocate, christopher. what do you think of that? i don't get what you're saying. >> well, look, i think google's an attractive target, but i think that the problem goes way further than google. people decide every day to use google's products. there's tradeoff with the choice. liz: wait a sec, so, chris, you know, the viewer doesn't like their e-mails, passwords, addresses, photos, their information has been picked up, case after case, saw a big one, google settled with 38 states over the mapping software that picked up the personal information. i mean, to the point, saying, you know, go on google at yo
behind pedestrian fatalities in california. why so few drivers are ever punished. >> the magic of google glass. michael finney takes a look at the future of having the internet flash before your eyes. >> i'm sure families locked windows and doors for the first time. a quiet town under something of a lock down tonight after the murder of a little girl in her home. >> a policeman hunt tonight for whoever did this. whoever did left people in the area scared, stunned and angry. 8-year-old laila fowler stabbed to death in her home east of stockton. we're live with the latest on tonight this investigation. laura? >> we're told 100 officers as well as the state aiding in this investigation. and td manhunt. we haven't seen signs of a full scale manhunt today. there have been no new updates from the sheriff's department and residents are anxious. owe there are plenty of places to hide. >> parents are on edge in the town of valley springs. a 12-year-old boy found his 8-year-old sister, laila fowler stabbed in their home saturday,. >> they did not know who the person is, if this person know somebod
million. those new google glasses? they're going to make 'em in the good ol' u.s.a. remember the president's state of the union call to increase domestic tech manufacturing? google is working with hon hai precision industry - also known as foxconn - to assemble the headsets near its headquarters in santa clara, california. the wearable computer eyewear go on sale later this year. they'll cost about $1500. kids' meals continue to fail to make the grade in nutritional value. restaurant meals are said to still have too much salt, fat and sometimes more than a thousand calories. according to the center for science in the public interest, chain restaurants such as mcdonald's, applebee's and ruby tuesday did not meet nutritional standards 97% of the time. one example: applebee's grilled cheese sandwich, with fries and 2% chocolate milk, has around 1,200 calories, 62 grams of fat and 2,300 milligrams of sodium. however, restaurants are becoming more diligent about listing calorie counts. the big noisy movie of the moment is "g.i. joe: retaliation." get this, if you were given one of the original
few drivers are ever charged and fewer, still get punished. >> and google class expected to set off an avalanche of innovation. here is the question what. cost? >>> every year in this country 5,000 pedestrians are killed in accidents involve being cars but when the driver at fault fewer than half charged with a crime and those who are serve little time in jail. that is what our media partner found out when they started digging through data from the patrol. >> in september, 20116-year-old torres was on the way to school. she was struck dmoun a crosswalk by a teacher driving to another school. police determined the driver was at fault for failing to yield the right of way. guadalupe is waiting for police to bring her daughter's killer to justice. >> they should do when they need to do because it's not right the driver is running around free. as if nothing happened. >> east palo alto residents were outraged when officers released the teacher. the district attorney steve wagstaff says his team decided not to prosecute. he says jrz often sympathize with the driver. >> i've seen that time
last night a precursor what we may hear from google tomorrow? ebay perhaps a bit of a disappointment moments ago. we have a preview. the best way to play the stock ahead of the earnings report. david: can american airlines overcome yesterday's huge computer glitch that grounded more than 900 flights? who better to talk to than the former american airlines ceo, the much-beloved bob crandall. he will be joining us about how the company could take a hit as of yesterday's action and what they can do to repair the damage. bob crandall, coming right up. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] help brazil reduce its overall reliance on foreign imports with the launch of the coury's largest petrochemical operation. ♪ when emerson takes up the challenge, "it's never been done before" simply bemes consider it solved. emerson. ♪ how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though we're living longer, onehing that hasn't changed: the official retir
is on track for its worst week since may of 2012. david: and of all day, when we're reporting google, microsoft, ibm. some big earners moving today, though, morgan stanley falling 4% as the bank posted a 14% drop in earnings. bond and commodity trading business faltered. the company saying it was bogged down by heavy accounting charges. and pepsico popping in the other direction. they are going up, ending the session significantly higher. company's revenues rose more than expected as strong sales of snacks in emerging markets overcame the weaker beverage sales here at home. liz: and action in the commodities pits. natural gas ended with a more than 4% gain on the back of a smaller than expected climb in last week's inventories. so at these prices, $4.40, that's a 312-month -- 21-month high. crude rising as the dollar weakened today, added about $1.05 settling at $87.73 a barrel. "after the bell" starts right now. ♪ ♪ david: well, let's get right to today's market action. mark, premier financial adviser's senior well strategist, has top places for you to make money. craig hodges s
-the-court injury stunned many. >>> what does a ghost smell like? >> google knows? >> what does the inside of an egyptian tomb smell like? google knows. >> others getting tricky, spending big bucks to get a laugh out of you. >>> and were you involved in an april fool's prank? vote, text us or call us, tweet us at nbcbayarea, text one for yes, two for no. we'll be right back in a moment. jumbotron, jumbot . >>> it was one of the worst injuries we've ever seen, so much so that most media outlets wouldn't show the re-play. but great news, the basketball player is doing well after successful surgery. kevin ware broke his leg in two places during the tournament game against duke. doctors say the injury won't be a career-ender, he will be back on the court maybe as early as next year. with team members and the coach visiting him in the hospital in indianapolis today, they tweeted photos all throughout. ware said he will join the team to the final four in atlanta next weekend. his injury was so shocking that many of his teammates and coaches were in tears yesterday on the court. but a much better
. and in the google maps you will find the street view and the first building that you see is a barn, a typical barn. and i find it interesting that out of everything in town that has not been photographed by google yet and also this idea of when you are looking something original, you find a certificate. and so, i copied this barn and placed this facade or prop in the most resymboling location in the original town of ireland. and the idea was we thought that the google car would come by, that this image would be picked up and the barn would exist in both. it was up for two weeks but i knew that the car was in the neighborhood. but recently i found out that after two years, it did. so now there is a google street with the same house. and i really like that idea of transition, where you then take an image from the internet and put it in the real world to be captured and placed back on-line so that really questions reality. so that is also i am interested in. so we go to the nibus works. and the nibus works, well on this distinct moment on a location and you could look at them as a only situation may
of cool, right? how well does it work? a first look at the day in a life with google glass. >> i'm mary ann favro i'll tell you sweeping now changes at childcare day care centers that may be in the works. (sir can-a-lot) good day, ma' lady. i am sir can-a-lot, here to save you from another breakfast bore. wake up those eggs with glorious spam! (male announcer) break the monotony. visit >>> you better pack some extra patience. travels out of sfo are feeling the pain after thousands of air traffic controllers were furloughed by budget cuts. the impact of the change was felt today. sfo and lax with delays but it's really hitting the east coast the hardest delays at more than two hours at several airports and the faa has grounded some flights because there aren't enough controllers to monitor them. >> part of the malr mall was evacuated after a gas line was struck on the north side of the mall. the line was properly marked. the leak was stopped by 9:30 a.m. no one was heard. >> heywood police has identified the victim and suspect in a deadly shooting in the second homicide of the
in the air here between stanford and pal low aloe, google and -- palo alto, google and cooper teach know. >> guest: that's correct. that's what i tried to capture the essence of. again, the outsider's perspective of what would somebody want to know about silicon valley if they had never been there. so i'm often asked who is this book for, and it's really for entrepreneurs to people who are interested in how silicon valley works but all the way up to, of course, corporate america and government who can learn from the unique way of this bubble-based economy that silicon valley is based on meaning that if you're trying to generate as a government and you're looking for ways to generate new revenue, silicon valley has the answers. if you're trying to explore and ignite better innovation within your companies, silicon valley has the answers. and then from an entrepreneur's stand point, you is entrepreneurship different in silicon valley than other places, which it distinctly is. pause so much of -- because so much is often based on failure and learning from one's experiences, but it's also re
is worth a try. it's a new app for your iphone or ipad. google reports profits this afternoon, the company just started distributing the google glass device. we've talked so much about this. that's not going to show up in their financials, not just because it's a small number but because the quarter that google will be referring to is technically already over. do watch for lower margins in their report. this is something we often look for when we look at google numbers. costs could continue to go up. larry page, the ceo, worries less about costs and more about changing the world. back to you. >> scott, thanks so much. >>> we are just one day away from the weekend with the winds dying down. meteorologist christina loren, look at that gorgeous shot behind you. >> finally, marla, this camera is not getting violently rotated by that wind. as we head throughout the day today, the winds are still pretty strong. but they're dying down and certainly nothing like what we were dealing with on monday or tuesday. yesterday we started to see those winds decrease. and today, happy to report all your win
in a store, google is taking pictures of insides of stores so it becomes your remote control for everything in your life and interacting with the physical. >> this is because of the app explosion. >> not just the app because facebook is trying to end the app explosion by this phone but the ideaed that the mobile dece c lead you everywhere and give you all kind of hints. >> but kara's right about what facebook kind of semi-ny sneaky strategy is there but it is the app explosion. there's a theological argument among technology, people about apps versus web browsers. i don't think consumers care at all. if there's a good game or productivity tool and it happens to be an app, that's what theye doing. right now there's 800,000 apps in the apple store, 700,000 in the google store. it's enormous. >> rose: speaking ofing into this will idea sometimes advances. the app explosion means the people are going use apps for search and not google. >> well, certain search. is we have a map willing service and google has a very popular mapping service. waves has started to -- >> rose: as apple found out. >>
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systems. like google earth, yahoo maps. microsoft. those are examples of on line mapping systems that can be used to find businesses or get driving directions or check on traffic conditions. all digital maps. >> gis is used in the city of san francisco to better support what departments do. >> you imagine all the various elements of a city including parcels and the critical infrastructure where the storm drains are. the city access like the traffic lights and fire hydrants. anything you is represent in a geo graphic space with be stored for retrieval and analysis. >> the department of public works they maintain what goes on in the right-of-way, looking to dig up the streets to put in a pipe. with the permit. with mapping you click on the map, click on the street and up will come up the nchgz that will help them make a decision. currently available is sf parcel the assessor's application. you can go to the assessor's website and bring up a map of san francisco you can search by address and get information about any place in san francisco. you can search by address and find incidents of
a moment. >> just ahead google's answer to siri is unveiled today. how this personal assistant could cross pry vagsy line autos local coast guard members trading in cutter for a new set of wheels. the mission for america's wounded vets. >>> stwo sisters pleaded not guilty on charges they abused dmirn a day care center in livermore. they are accused of of swaddling babies to tightly the babies couldn't move and had trouble breathing. county social workers closed the center where they worked, universal preschool. >> coast guard members kicked off a unique fund-raiser for a project driving an electric golf cart coast to coast. keira clap canner has the story. >> journey to raise money depends on this golf cart. >> we added solar panels and have batteries that can with -- be switched out. >> it's street legal, carrying rotation s of 15 active cutie members of the coast guard 3900 miles from the coast guard station to yorktown virginia. the money raised through go carts will go go to the wounded warrior project. >> he was in iraq in 2006. 13 in his battalion didn't come home and others came bac
you don't watch tv. we know you watch netflix and google, you're being a douche. >> equal opportunity douche-baggery. >> we all have a little bit of douche in us. >> stop what you're doing right now and live your life a little less douche. >>> real or fake the show, let's get into it. >> with videos that might fool you. >> see them all and find out which one is trying to trick you. >> >>> it's matt dreidel mond, me for real or fake videos. matt, welcome back. >> let's get into it. >> first video. no! >> that's a runaway something. >> that was. it looks like a runaway train engine. >> what? >> holy cow. >> in a thing is going by really fast. i think this is real. >> that's crazy. >> it looks like there was some kind of train derailment and that might have been some kind of rescue equipment. >> it's got a crane on it, right? >> yes. >> it's amazing, the guy was able to get out of the way before getting run over by those things. >> real. >> four reals, what do you say, mac? >> i think you guys are right on the money of this one, real. it reminds me of the "indiana jones" scene where he r
from outside the car, so this will be the future, i think. >> how do you then things like google's driverless car which seems to be the ant thesis of the merging of the car and the driver. >> we are working on autonomous driving too, for several years, but we are not talking about that much. this is changing a lot within the car, and the driver/vehicle interaction, other you have to make sure the driver can always step into the process. sp something is going wrong, it's only the computer drying the car. >> i don't drive a bmw like rich does, i have a ford, but many high-end cars these days do have sort of a hybrid of that. if you aren't braking fast enough for the car ahead of you, the car will begin to brake itself and those sorts of things which are the beginning of autonomy. >> of course. >> go back to we are working on autonomous cars. how hard? was there a moment when google said we're driving them up and down 85, and everybody threw their papers up in the air and swore? german? or have you been sort of looking -- >> we had a car driving from munich to -- >> and it just does
is an american historical and cultural archive organized by theme. the recent one is pictures by google's street view. the images capture sites of america where rates of poverty and unemployment are high and educational opportunities are slim. photographs from a new american picture were included in the new photography 2011 exhibition at mona in new york. and also has been seen at exhibitions at la ball in paris and pier 21 here in san francisco. a monograph was published in 2011. and it is represented by local galleries and sf galleries would like to thank steven orts and the staff for the support of this event. we asked doug to speak today in order to draw threads from his work until asketon has street view which is currently on view in the gallery. doug i will turn it over to you. >> thanks for coming. i appreciate it. i am looking forward to giving you some details on this. i have 15 minutes, so i am not going to talk about all of them. there are so many layers of consideration to this and each of these areas could sort of veer off into its own talk and so i am going to talk to some of the t
from google which announced today its newest google innovation, seriously unbelievable. >> my wife and i have a puppy with so much energy that we walk her five times a day. she sniffs around every nook and kran eechlt this is how she gets information about her world. we have google nose beta. users can search for smells. the mobile aroam an decksing program can amass 15 million data bias of smells from around the world. if you have a question what does a new car smell like, who has the answer? >> google knows. >> what does the inside of an egyptian tomb smell like. >> google knows. >> google knows. >> google knows. >> beta. >> google knows, google knows. that's amazing. those folks at google. is there nothing google can't do? then also today there was the announcement from conservative media cable news bastion known as fox news channel, they said hosting 8:00 p.m. show on fox news channel would be? what? former massachusetts senator scott brown, a man who bragged about meeting with kings and queens, who became twitter immortal. scott brown, known for being a lot of things, never es
are talking about is something which is broadly called cloud bursting, where essentially, is used by google and other folks, there's not one computer called there's a basilian sitting behind a thing. there is a concept called load balancing, and it has been augmented of late with the ability to dynamically spinoff new instances of server applications in response to spikes in demand. the general concept called cloud bursting allows you to do that across multiple cloud vendors, so you could do it across amazon and various other people say you could get geographic diversity and so on. people doing this extremely well, for example, would be netflix. many of you in this room i'm sure use the netflix. what they did is dynamically throw what is this is as more and more people click on movies that they want to watch. so then what they are doing is as the need scales, they then have the ability -- they pay them, and, of course, it drops off as soon as the need drops off as well. so they end up essentially paying for average demand. the technology is widely deployed around the world. >> a
googles doodles. some are mad about the choice of this fan. >> the heaviest rainfall falling right now in livermore and other parts of the day. >> that's coming up next. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! don't stress. we can figure this out. [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ >> starting tomorrow, it will be even more expensive to live here in the bay area. on april first, three counties and 20 cities like their sales tax increase. >> beginning tomorrow, three bay area counties, marin, san mateo and santa clara will implement countywide sales tax increases. it's going up to 8.5% from 8.25. the san mateo county tax will be in 9% from 8.5. and santa clara will now be 8.75, up from 8.625. >> 20 cities from across the bay area are having their sales tax increase. >> in our st
information. >>> google chose austin texas to be the next city wired. it joins kansas city in being able to get google fiber. they expect homes to begin receiving it in austin in 2014. google and apple continue to lead the way when it comes to member bill app stores. they have a strong lead over microsoft windows and blackberry. apple is the largest share around 74%. google saw the greatest number of downloads. >>> bay area lawmaker is pushing for a later last call at bars in california. state senator mark leno says extending the open time to 4:00 a.m. brings in more tourist and jobs. most bar owners are in favor of the move while law enforcement agencies are against it. >>> a significant warm-up still in store. i'll tell you the parts of the bay area that reach 80 degrees. >>> what they said to reassure community members in a meeting that ended. >>> immigration reform in the bay area, coming up. nationwide s lets you go from working hard... to hardly working. ♪ big sales that help you get away. that's how we fl
are just moments away from earnings from the big three, ibm, microsoft, and google. we have them all covered for you. david garrity from gba research. >> wow. >> yeah, we're back on "power lunch" days. >> is that an octabox. >> jon fortt, josh lipton. first, heather hughes and rob malcolm, along with greg ip "the economist." everybody's in the water, so we can just jump in. heather, what do you make from the markets this week? what's the message from this very volatile market in your view? >> well, the markets have picked up volatility. before last week, the vix volatility measure was at all-time lows, since 2007. that, of course, has increased, but it will be interesting when we get these earnings numbers coming out now. of course, corporate profits, that's key. it seems like it's coming from revenue minus costs, we're cutting cost sides of the equation, not necessarily revenue and topline growth. it so will be interesting to see what those numbers are as we get them. >> greg, you covered the fed so much. all this week, there's been a debate. just last week, we debated about whether
's something between stanford, palo alto, google, and mountain view. >> guest: that's correct. i'm trying to capture the essence and looking at it from the outsider's perspective of what would somebody want to know about silicon valley? what could they learn from it? it's for entrepreneurs, people interested in how it works up to corporate america and government to learn from the unique way of the bubble based economy that silicon valley is based on meaning if you were trying to generate, as a government, trying to generate new revenue, silicon valley has the answers. if you're trying to explore and ignite better innovation within your companies, silicon valley has the answers, and from an entrepreneur's standpoint, how is it different than in other places which it is because so much is based on failure and learning from one's experiences, but it's also recognizing that you can be part of the process of adopting other people's ideas, or you may have the idea for the next big thing, but bottom line is there's an authenticity to the way things are done in the valley that's accepted no matte
limit how law enforcement can access private e-mail. google and the constitution project hosted a discussion about this and other proposals to strengthen privacy for digital communications. it is an hour and 45 minutes. going tothink we are get started. i am sharon bradford franklin, senior counsel with the constitution project. i want to welcome you all and thank you for joining us for this program -- "is privacy a thing of the past: how government has outpaced the law on privacy in electronic communications." i want to thank google for providing this space and a wonderful lunch and again, thank you for joining us. the constitution project, for those of you who are not familiar with us, is a constitutional watchdog base here in washington, d.c., and we bring people together from across the political spectrum and work with them to develop recommendations for policies that promote constitutional safeguards. we have a criminal justice program that works on a variety of criminal justice issues and our rule of law program, which includes the work of our liberty and security committe
time, engineers at google developed an alternative way to predict the spread of the flu not just nationally, but down through regions in the united states. they used google searches. now, google handles more than three billion searches a day and saves them all. google took 50 million of the most common search terms that americans use and compared when and where these terms were searched for with flu data going back five years. the idea was to predict the spread of the flu through web searches alone. they struck gold. what you're looking at right now is a graph, and the graph is showing that after crunching through almost half a billion mathematical models, google identified 45 search terms that predicted the spread of the flu with a high degree of accuracy. here you can see the official data of the cdc and alongside of google's predicted data from its search queries. but where the cdc has a two week reporting lag, google could spot the spread of the flu almost in realtime. strikingly, google's method does not involve distributing mouth swabs or contacting physicians' offices. ins
business studios, here again is gerri willis. gerri: gerri: google fiber. they announced today that they will be the third city to receive this ultrafast internet service. senior writer joins us now. what does google have that nobody else does? >> they have a network that is 10 times faster than the fastest network the comcast offers today. it is actually not here yet. gerri: the. gerri: people are finding this very exciting. let's look at some of what they are doing here. google in kansas city, free internet, a one-time 300-dollar fee. will this be pricing on what people are paying right now? >> we are pricing vary wildly across markets. but for the most part, google is offering more megabits for less. less than at&t, comcast, everyone knows. when you start adding in tv, it gets a little bit dicey. if you can get a gigabit, why wouldn't you? gerri: exactly. wall street is not so optimistic. they say google will have to spend something like $11 billion a year for five years. what were they really want to get out of this? >> i think google started this because the isps were not
for x-box and play station. >> google alarmed everyone that youtube is coming to an end. the site has been an eight year contract to pick >> eric: good morning, 4:42. live look from roof cam towards san francisco. what you can't see in the picture is the wet streets here because we had some rain overnight. how long will it be with us? mike nicco will have the forecast. >> 4:42, a heavy police presence will be around courthouse in texas today followed the shooting death of another official. mike mcclellan and wife were found shot to death at their home. his assistant d.a. was gunned down on courthouse steps. they say she was army veteran that kept himself armed at all times. investigators think the murders may be connected. >> eric: chp is investigating a fire that broke out on a bus on eastbound interstate 80 in vallejo last night. flames spread and threatened a nearby apartment building. lilian kim shows us how close it came to people's homes. >> had is video shot by a motorist going west on interstate 80. it shows a tour bus engulfed in flames. luckily there were no passengers aboar
the same ship floats away from its mooring with 800 onboard. google gives him $300 million to spend every year, and he wants to give it to you. as long as you've got a great idea. tonight, we meet the millionaire maker. and juicy, round and made of buffalo chicken wings? it's not your grandma's recipe. the meatball guy serves up new spins on the old school classic. >> keep it right here, america. "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. >> from new york city, this is "nightline" with terry moran. >> hello, everyone. and thanks for joining us today. more trouble aboard the carnival cruiseship called "triumph of" a vessel that two months ago left thousands stranded at sea and living in squalor for days after an engine failure resulted in widespread power outages. this afternoon, that same ship was blown away from its alabama mooring by high winds while it carried 800 people aboard. abc's matt gutman has the latest on the cruiseship with the course as wayward as its luck. for the second time in as many months, all aboard the triumph of were left adrift. storms with 70-mile-an-hour winds
, and then everybody is going to jump on board to the long side. - what do you think of the google chart? - google chart is interesting. it got up to $844, started rolling over. very similar to apple: it sold off $80 from high to low, $840 down to $760. it retraced half of that back, that's a 50% retracement on friday. it's slowly grinding up all day. it wasn't up a lot in the after-hours session, up $10, and then $15. it is slowly grinding up to that $800 level. i like what google is doing. they are very innovative. they are doing what sam's is doing, they are doing what apple is not doing. we have google glasses coming out. their earnings are pretty good. their revenue, internet revenue, was higher. we also saw their pay- per-clicks weren't as bad. their mobility loss wasn't as bad. so they are doing everything right. i kind of want to see a couple days of trading to see how i want to play this. i am always looking to go long google. i do not have a position on it right now. - thank you very much. that is andrew keene, president of see you next time andrew. - thanks angie.
google and microsoft both reporting earnings after the bell. shibani joshi joins us with what we can expect. shibani, which is more important do you think? >> it is hard to say, melissa, because things are getting really good in the tech earnings world. the tech parade was underway yesterday. yahoo! yesterday and google and microsoft. from google this will be an important one. microsoft shares are marginally to the upside. we're expecting google's first quarter numbers of a the close. $10.66 a share on revenue of $14.2 billion. mobile in terms of its growth rate will be a key driver for this company which believes that its ad business should grow about 20% from last year to this year. cost per click is the number that many analysts are more focused on versus the top line or the bottom line because this is the most telling number. cost per click been on decline for the last five quarters. so this is the key metric analysts are looking out for. melissa: microsoft is important because it is an indicator what is going on in hardware and other things. >> absolutely. doesn't have the cache
's the paper. >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my guest tonight is the executive chairman of google. whatever i learn about him, i will sell targeted advertisers. please welcome eric schmidt. ( cheers and applause ). eric, good to see you. thanks for coming back. this is great. sir, as the people may know, you're executive chairman of google, okay. >> yes. stephen: now you're the author of a new book called the new digital age, reshaping the future of people, nations and business. >> yes. it comes out today. >> stephen: it comes out today. it dropped, as we say in the world of hip hop. now do i actually have to read this? >> yes. stephen: it has the play thing on the front. can i just touch that? does a book download into my brain? >> it's 330 pages of words, no pictures, no diagrams. >> stephen: really? you know, the internet is full of pictures and diagrams. did you bring me google glass? >> no but we can get it. stephen: seriously. are you a qualified developer. >> stephen: of course i am. what does that mean? >> that means that you can program in java on android. >> stephen: [bl
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hoping he'll play some basketball next year braef step aside, google's assistance. >>> apple upsist game with more benefits for employees. tell you what they get coming up. >>> a brief cooldown but still an elevated fire danger. tell you how long the windy conditions will last and who will see the first triple digits when nbc bay area comes back. >>> a bay area man is suing virgin america airlines after a dispute with the flight crew over a soda ended in an fbi interrogation. now, in this lawsuit, the man from brisbane claims crew members falsely accused him of swearing at flight attendants and maliciously leaving a toilet unflushed. he says he asked three different flight attendants to bring him a soda. after finally getting his drink, he said he had no further interaction with the crew. the suit is asking for 50,000. >>> later on today, a state assembly committee will review a bill banning drivers from using voice controlled dices on their phone like siri on the iphone. texting, as you probably already know, has been banned for all california drivers. >>> google is setting its sights o
owned by rival google when it made the iphone. a big deal for twitter today about big money. the san francisco company signing a multi year deal said to be worth hundreds of millions of dollars. today the senate voting to move a bill forward that if passed would require sales tax to be collected on certain internet purchases. >>> the first look at google glass. it's the latest way of taking internet with you. we will show you what it can do tonight at 6:45. it is in the hands and over the eyes of a few people in the bay area and it is already getting a lot of attention. >> looking forward to seeing that story. >>> in the south bay a scare for a lot of shoppers. there were voluntary evacuations at valley fair mall this morning after a construction crew hit a gas line. a contractor hit the service line around 8:00 this morning. the line was properly marked. the leak was stopped by about 9:30 a.m. >>> byob in most of san mateo county. shoppers will have to bring their own bags or get charged at the grocery store. the plastic bag ban goes into place in dozens of stores. the rule applies
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